COAC Reopened the Day After
Yoni’s Death: Despite the fact that an innocent
little boy died because of the gross negligence of the
owners, managers and employees of the Club and Camp, COAC
reopened its day care camp the very next day!
The Club Owners Made Large
Financial Contributions to the Sheriff’s Council:
Richard Berti made very substantial contributions to the
Sheriff’s Council shortly after Yoni’s death.
COAC Delayed Giving The Video
To The D.A.: The Gottesmans had to insist that
the hard drive of the video recording be preserved and
provided to authorities.
COAC Tried to Profit From Preserving
the Surveillance Video: Berti and COAC’s attorney
demanded that the Gottesmans pay nearly $5,000 for a replacement
COAC Suddenly Had New Owners
and New Management: After decades of ownership
by the same people, COAC suddenly had new owners and new
management following Yoni's death.
COAC Tried to Disqualify the
Gottesman's Family Attorney: COAC baselessly
tried to disqualify the Gottesman's family attorney in
an effort to avoid responsibility in the tragic death
of Yoni Gottesman due to COAC's negligence.
COAC Continued to Advertise:
COAC continued to advertise in local papers using smiling
children to lure families to their facilities.